2012 S.C.P Adelaide Hills Nebbiolo

imageThe initials, as you may already have guessed, are Stephen Pannell’s. Thought this may be a Vintage Cellars exclusive but thankfully it isn’t. Drink now Nebbiolo.

Abundant red roses. Cherry, cola and black fruits. Suggestions of leather and earth. Medium-bodied with fruit sweet access upfront before grainy tannins savoury matters up. Vibrant and alive. Not forebodingly structured considering the variety. Good option for the price. Just pull out some protein and hook in. 90

Region: Adelaide Hills
Alcohol: 14.0%
Closure: Screwcap
Price: $30
Tasted: June 2014


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5 Responses to 2012 S.C.P Adelaide Hills Nebbiolo

  1. Andrew Giblin poured me a glass of this at Bacchus the other night so perhaps a limited release/on premise wine? Enjoyable drinking in any case.

  2. Yes, that could well be it. Of course I am obviously hoping it’s not a Vintage Cellars exclusive :)

  3. Stu says:

    You’ll be pleased to know that it’s not a VC exclusive. I picked up a bottle a week or so ago on the recommendation of Chris at Cru Bar, shade under $30 from memory.

    • Very pleased to know. Whoops, shouldn’t have said that. There goes my chance of getting a paid gig in a Vintage Cellars “Cellar Press” catalogue…

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